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cauliflower cheese

Discussion in 'Slimming World' started by ooffii, 15 January 2009 Social URL.

  1. ooffii

    ooffii Member

    i joined sw for the first time tonight...its all quite scary!!
    i have a few questions about a roast i need to cook. if i am on a red day can i use my milk and cheese healthy extras in a cheese sauce for a cauliflower cheese. also as i am cooking for four does this change how i would measure things out, i.e can i multiply the cheese to appropriate amounts and it not go into syns? gahhhhhh! i am confusing myself more and more the more i write!!!

    please help!?


    ps any tips for roast potatoes?
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  3. biggirl86

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    You should be fine with that as long as it is the amount determined for the hex's eg 28g of cheese. The Hex'x are just for you so you should be able to times that by the amount of people and that would be fine.
    I do my roast potatoes by parboiling them and then shaking them up in the pan to get fluffy edges. Then I spray the oven tray with fry light and put them on top. The I spray some more fry light on the top. I also put a bit of sea salt over the top.
    Remember, you can use the meat as a HEXB, you just have to weigh it
  4. ooffii

    ooffii Member

    thank you so much!! i've been reading and re-reading the website for ages and think its all starting to sink in!!
  5. mojomcl

    mojomcl Silver Member

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    How did you get on, ooffii?
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